In this interactive guided tour, your students will compare mythological stories of flight with the realities of today’s aerospace industry. Along the way, they will stop at various points to discuss topics such as the perspectives of different communities on aviation topics such as bush-flying.
Students will also look at how aviation has helped shaped the Canadian identity. In addition, this tour offers older students insight into Canada’s participation in international aviation and aerospace, including the country’s role during the Second World War and the Cold War, and Canadian contributions to Space exploration.
|Grade 4||Social Studies — People and Environments||Elementary Cycle 3||Geography, History and Citizenship Education — Quebec Society between 1900 and 1980|
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$5 per student, chaperones free (minimum fee of $100; maximum 28 students)
Includes Museum admission.